Reed Sinopharm Exhibitions (RSE), organizer of the Personal Care and Homecare Ingredients (PCHi) trade show, today announced PCHi 2020 will be rescheduled for 2-4 June 2020 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center (SWECC). This decision to postpone the show was made in the interest of the health and safety of exhibitors and visitors due to the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak, and after extensive consultation with relevant government authorities.

The annual PCHi trade event offers a comprehensive ingredients sourcing platform and brings the global personal care industry together for quality networking and learning opportunities.

“Rescheduling PCHi 2020 was not an easy decision,” said Peter LIU, PCHi Project Manager at RSE. “We would like to thank all who have expressed their understanding and support towards our event postponement, and look forward to the industry’s enduring support.”

“The Chinese government has taken decisive steps and strong measures to rally the nation’s efforts in managing the epidemic, and to bring the situation under control. We will continue to work closely with the relevant government authorities and implement all necessary measures as advised by the local government. Every effort will also be made to assist our exhibitors, partners, and visitors in view of this postponement.”

Trade professionals are encouraged to pre-register online at for a complimentary visitor badge and to enjoy a smoother on-site badge collection process.

For more information about PCHi 2020, please visit, or connect with PCHi on LinkedIn.

 About PCHi

The Personal Care and Homecare Ingredients (PCHi) trade show is China's #1 Sourcing Platform for the Global Personal Care Industry. As an innovation-led event, PCHi provides cosmetics, home and personal care manufacturers, ingredients suppliers, cosmetics packaging, machinery and product testing providers from all over the world with a quality platform for ingredients sourcing, gaining insight into global trends, and networking with world-class experts.

Visit or connect with PCHi on LinkedIn for regular updates.

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